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Poster: archivefan Date: Feb 8, 2004 4:06pm
Forum: prelinger Subject: Re: Attn: AV Geek Skip.

The MPEG2 of Reefer Madness play well, and quality is generally good. What DVD source did you get this from?

The MPEG2 of DOA plays well except for one pixellation corruption at 7:53. It appears something went awry during the upload at that point, although after this pixellation problem, the entire film plays through just fine. And, if you don't mind my asking again, what was the DVD source for this print of DOA? It looks like the 3:2 pulldown flags are incorrect in that source.

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Poster: A/V Geek Skip Date: Feb 9, 2004 1:13am
Forum: prelinger Subject: Re: Attn: AV Geek Skip.

Thanks for the feedback. Hmmm. Maybe there was a glitch during the D.O.A. upload. I'll check it.

The source of D.O.A. is actually from 1 inch video captured to MPEG-2. Tell me more about the incorrect pulldown flags. I might have something set wrong.

Skip

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Poster: archivefan Date: Feb 9, 2004 7:10am
Forum: prelinger Subject: Re: Attn: AV Geek Skip.

Skip,

Well, did you inverse telecine the 29.97 fps D1 NTSC source capture? If so, I think the pulldown flags are incorrect because the motion scenes are jerky and blurred. Pause and slow-mo through the scene where he is running through the streets of SF and you will see that the still frames seem to be composed of two incorrect adjacent fields). That is, the field-order seems wrong in the capture. This subsequently affects the pulldown flags.

Or is this just my setup? I'm screening D.O.A on PowerDVD and using BOB deinterlacing, BTW.

-archivefan

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Poster: A/V Geek Skip Date: Feb 9, 2004 8:34am
Forum: prelinger Subject: Re: Attn: AV Geek Skip.

I didn't inverse telecine the file.

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